Texans superstar wide receiver Andre Johnson participated in every practice drill today according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
Coach Gary Kubiak said Johnson, who is recovering from a hamstring injury, is still being evaluated “day-to-day.” Kubiak said he would watch the former Hurricane legend closely in practice and then rely heavily on the All-Pro wideout before determining if he’ll start against division rival Jacksonville at Reliant Stadium on Sunday.
With that said, the Miami product didn’t sound too optimistic about returning against the Jags.
‘I wouldn’t say I felt great,” he said. “I didn’t feel how I expected I would feel, but I was able to go out and make a few plays. We just keep taking it one day at a time. You really can’t gauge it because at times when I run, I still have some tugging and stuff on my leg. That’s the thing that you’re just trying to get rid of. I couldn’t tell you when it’s going to happen. I just feel it when I’m running at times.
“It has gotten better, but right now, it’s not where we want it to be.”